Monument Lab, the citywide public art and history project co-curated by Fine Arts Chair Ken Lum, opens in 10 different locations on September 16, with
Four members of the PennDesign community have been recognized by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage in the latest round of fellowships and grants.
A new exhibition at PennDesign goes off the beaten path to capture the vitality of Havana by night and by day, in public and in private.
At a packed community meeting in early May, a group of graduate architecture students met to share a semester’s worth of research around libraries and design with residents of East Parkside, the West Philadelphia neighborhood that backs up against Fairmount Park.
Prof. Orkan Telhan's article for the Sharjah Biennial, "Making Vanilla Queer Again" was recently published! See the full article here.
MFA alum, Wilmer Wilson IV's performative works were featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer's article, "That guy walking the streets of Philly with a T
Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Orkan Telhan celebrates the publication of his new book Designature (Revolver Publishing) with a book release party on Friday, March 31 in Ne
Beginning Wednesday, January 18, PennDesign hosts more than 50 leading architects, artists, designers, planners, preservationists, and scholars in public lectures on the built environment and visual culture.
We are excited to announce that current MFA students, MFA alumni, and members of the Fine Art faculty have been accepted into the juried exhibition, 215 610 Contemporary at the Delaware County Community College.
United States Artists in Chicago announced its fellows for 2016 today. Forty six artists working in a variety of fields within the arts will receive $50,000, including MFA '10 alum, Jacolby Satterwhite!
Friday, October 14th, Professor Sharon Hayes will be leading a discussion in response to performance artist, Holly Hughes' newest work. 6 PM! Fisher Bennett Hall!